Gun control of the future ???

Discussion in 'Legal and Activism' started by downsouth, Oct 9, 2012.

  1. downsouth

    downsouth New Member

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    [ame]http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=34a_1317870586[/ame]
     
  2. PanBaccha

    PanBaccha New Member

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  3. Dillinger

    Dillinger New Member

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    I'm with Pan, it's more scary that something like that could actually be brought upon future generations of gun owners.

    I think remaking that short skirt with Samuel L. Jackson would be funny as hell though. :D
     
  4. Old_Crow

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    We narrowly dodged having smart chips in our guns now. The gun will fire only when the chip recognizes the registered owners handprint. If this technology is ever implemented I feel for people in cold climates.
     
  5. AgentTikki

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    tagged. For future reference.
     
  6. TDS92A

    TDS92A New Member Supporter

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    I must say that I like the "Judge Dredd" idea here. Bad Guy steals the weapon and it blows him/her into small little pieces. A Wet-Dry vac would make for a easy clean up. :eek:

    It would definitely put a dent in the "Bad Guy" population. :D


     
  7. WebleyFosbery38

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    Gun control of the future looks just like today. Make Ammunition, Permits, licenses, Weapons so expensive that nobody but the rich and the Repubi-Crats will be able to afford them.

    It will take generations to scare the citizen majority of gun owners to become a majority of soon to be helpless Sheeple.
     
  8. therewolf

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    This guy would have probably made out better,

    dancing in the dark with a baseball bat...:(
     
  9. Blueguns

    Blueguns New Member

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    Wow that's more scary than funny.
     
  10. nitestalker

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    Republicrats? No difference? Well if you look at a map of states with radical gun control there is a difference. Lets take a few extremes California, Ill, NY all Democrat Blue states. Then we have the very,very gun friendly states of Alaska, Arizona and Wyoming concealed carry and open carry no permits needed. And yes they will issue permits for those who travel to other states. These 3 states are Republican Blue states. Across the map states that are Red [Republican] have less gun control than the Blue [Democrat] states. :) The issues of gun control gun control begins and ends in the state house for most Americans.:)
     
  11. Tackleberry1

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    Devils Advocate...

    If your stupid or cowardly enough to follow along with this type of nonsense...you probably should not be breeding in the first place.

    So does the Darwin Award go to the State that foists these controls OR to the fools who obey them?

    Tack
     
  12. therewolf

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    IMO, most people who would get the gun safe, would then be smart

    enough to keep their socks or baseball cards in it.
     
  13. WebleyFosbery38

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    Even though NY always falls to the Dems, it is far from Liberal as a State. Its just that 90% of the real landowners are under strict control by the 10% that dont own anything but an I-Phone! Were like post war Germany, two states in one with Albanizers on the little Capital Island driving home NYC's agenda.

    The only reason a Federal Candidate comes to NY is for a 10K a plate dinner, a show and some Hoffman Hotdogs during the state fair! Upstate is as Conservative as it gets, Downstate is just like Little Cali!
     
  14. TDS92A

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    So, the majority of the state is Conservative, huh? And it is controlled by a little city (as compared to the overall size of the state), huh?

    I am seeing a "Battle of Little Big Horn" scenario here. :D


     
  15. therewolf

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    Now let's all play the patronage game, and guess

    how much tourism money I'll be spending in NY...:)

    (quick clue: rhymes with "hero")
     
  16. TDS92A

    TDS92A New Member Supporter

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    I am thinking that it will be about the same amount as I will be spending....what is less than zero? :rolleyes:


     
  17. Vincine

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    Before we had the portable computer tablets at the hospital, we had a voice mail system for the night shift nurses to use:

    If your patient is having a Cardiac Emergency, press 1 now.

    If your patient is having a G I Bleed, press 2 now.

    If your patient is in a Diabetic Coma, press 3 now.

    If your patient is experiencing Shortness of Breath, press 4 now.


    And so on and so forth. It was so successful, it was adopted and modified for the county’s 911 system.

    ;)
     
  18. WebleyFosbery38

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    NY city is the huge money and the big show. If you've never been to NY, you might think it's all about the city. NYC isn't any diff than LA, Detriot or any other old money city. Albany is just a way they can get away from the stink but not too far!

    So far, we gun huggin upstaters have been allowed to keep most of our gums and even still have some we can buy. Soon as microstamping goes into effect, our old guns will even be worth more! They are just out of control...
     
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  19. Cory2

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    If this were implemented they would hear from me all of the time. I would conveniently forget to do or undo something to my gun so whenever i had free time i could constantly call them to waste government time and money. Cause honestly, I would rather the government set money on fire than try to spend it, they aren't very good at spending it intelligently and have way to much of it anyway.
     
  20. locutus

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    ^^^^^

    what he said!